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Travel guide

As a sustainable business that invests in the long term, we are committed to promoting positive environmental change and investing in more sustainable forms of transport for our customers and employees.

At Crossways Commercial Park we have developed a dedicated Travel Plan enabling greater travel choice and helping to reduce private car use. Our travel guide website is designed to be a helpful resource, providing details of travel options, hints and tips and useful links - from local bus services and nearby railway stations to opportunities for car sharing and cycling to work. 

To find out more about our commitments, please download a copy of the Travel Plan for further details.



Cycling facilities

The development has been designed to include cycle and pedestrian links to the local road and footpath network. This includes dedicated routes along the A206 and the riverside, connecting Crossways Business Park with Dartford town centre (to the west) and Greenhithe (to the east).

Covered cycle parking and showers/changing facilities are also provided at each of the new properties.


Why cycle to work?

Cycling can save money and time, is environmentally friendly, and keeps you fit and healthy. Did you know?

  • You can cycle around 12 miles an hour at a leisurely pace
  • By cycling to work you will be saving money on petrol or train fares
  • It’s a great activity for improving your fitness and weight control
  • It helps to reduce road traffic pollution, noise and is emission free
  • It can make you feel happier by increasing your serotonin levels

Cycling tips

  • Use the cycle routes provided
  • Always wear a correctly fitted cycle helmet, which is securely fastened and conforms to current regulations
  • When on the road, ride positively, decisively and well clear of the kerb - look and signal to show drivers what you plan to do and make eye contact where possible, so you know drivers have seen you
  • Avoid riding up the inside of large vehicles, like lorries or buses, where you might not be seen
  • Always use lights after dark, or when visibility is poor
  • Wearing light coloured or reflective clothing during the day and reflective clothing and/or accessories in the dark increases your visibility
  • Follow the Highway Code, including observing ‘stop’ and ‘give way’ signs at all junctions


Repairs and maintenance

There are a number of mobile bicycle repair services that cover the local area. Find out more by clicking the links below:

Cycle Moore - Get your bike servicing and repairs carried out at your home or work.

We are Cycling UK - If you have an unused and unloved bike, why not get in touch with the 'Pumped Up' team and find out more about free bike maintenance and repair schemes.




As part of Goodman’s investment in improving infrastructure at Crossways Commercial Park, dedicated footpaths have been created to link the site with the wider business park and its amenities, as well as the local bus stops and train stations. 

Why walk to work? 

Walking is one of the simplest and cheapest ways to keep fit. There is no need for special equipment, just a supportive pair of shoes and you can start walking slowly and build up gradually.

Living Streets, a charity the promotes everyday walking, is on a mission to achieve a better walking environment and inspire people to walk more. You can find out more via their website.

Walking can:

  • Improve the way you feel by releasing endorphins and improving serotonin production
  • Give you more energy
  • Reduce stress and help you sleep better
  • Keep your heart ‘strong’ and reduce blood pressure
  • Help to manage your weight 


Staying safe tips

  • Walk on paths separated from traffic whenever possible
  • Don’t wear headphones
  • Carry a mobile phone at all times

There are also lots of initiatives and annual fundraising events that you can take part in:

STEPtember - As the official event of the Cerebral Palsy Alliance, sign up with your colleagues, friends or family and walk 10,000 steps a day between 1 and 30 September to support those with cerebral palsy. Find out more.

National Walking Month - This national initiative is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and could help put you on the right track to a healthier you. Find out more through 'Walking Works', a programme launched by Living Streets that is helping to create a positive workplace walking culture

Bus and Rail

Bus and rail access

Take the bus to Crossways Commercial Park

Buses are a great way to get around without having to jump into your car. Using buses over cars can have a significant environmental impact and also save you money.


The area benefits from excellent public transport links, including the Fastrack bus service, which links Dartford, Bluewater, Ebbsfleet and Gravesend.

Local route


A free three-month bus ticket is also available to members of staff taking up new employment at Crossways Commercial Park, providing unlimited travel on Fastrack bus services. Contact your employer or the Travel Plan Co-ordinator to find out more.


Take the train

Trains are renowned for being one of the most sustainable forms of transport.

The nearest mainline railway station to the site is Stone Crossing, which is within a five-minute walk of the development. The station is served by a fast service to and from London’s Charring Cross every 20 minutes, together with direct trains to Dartford (4 mins) and Gravesend (11 mins). 

Visit Southeastern Railway or ThamesLink to find out more, or book your tickets via the Trainline.


Car access

Travel by car - DA2 6QS

Crossways Commercial Park enjoys direct access to the M25 (J1a), with fast links to London and the national motorway network. 

Dedicated car parking is provided, with disabled spaces and electric car charging points also available. Car parking permits are not required but please do not park on the estate roads and yellow lines. 

Plan your journey with the apps below:

Car sharing 

Why not save money and share your journey?

Travelling by car with other people is an easy way to cut your CO2 emissions, reduce traffic congestion and save money at the same time. Setting up informal arrangements with family, friends and colleagues are good ways to start.

If you would like to find out more and see how you can start car sharing, please visit the Kent and Medway Journey Share website for further details.


To find out more about the travel options available at Crossways Commercial Park, please contact the Travel Plan Co-ordinator for more details.